What Books Are We Reading On AI and Machine Learning in 2020?
8 hours ago, hackernoon

Whether you are a seasoned professional in this industry or just starting to dip your toes in, there is always more to learn about AI and machine learning. Read the full story...

How Social Engineering is Used to Bypass Your Security...with Ease
9 hours ago, hackernoon

Social Engineering uses influence and persuasion in order to deceive, convince or manipulate. As a result, the social engineer is able to take advantage of people to obtain information with or without the use of technology.Read the full story...

Level Up Your Github Profile Page in Three Easy Steps
18 hours ago, hackernoon

Whether you're looking for a new position and want to stand out or you just like to make cool things, GitHub offers you the tools to get your own customised welcome message, like this.Read the full story...

Artificial Intelligence and Robotics: Who’s At Fault When Robots Kill?
18 hours ago, hackernoon

Up to now, any robots brushing with the law were always running strictly according to their code. Fatal accidents and serious injuries usually only happened through human misadventure or improper use of safety systems and barriers. We’ve yet to truly test how our laws will cope with the arrival of more sophisticated automation technology — but that day isn’t very far away.Read the full story...

Four Reasons Why Programmers Are Naturally Inclined to Become Good Writers
18 hours ago, hackernoon

Using programming as a mindsetRead the full story...

Big Tech Brief: What You Need to Know About Congress’ High-Profile Tech CEO Hearings
19 hours ago, hackernoon

The House Antitrust subcommittee grilled the CEOs of four of the largest tech companies in a display that showed the preliminary results of their investigation that began in 2019.Read the full story...

The Twitter Hack Isn’t About Twitter or Bitcoin: It’s About Our Internet Identity
19 hours ago, hackernoon

Amid all of the news related to the pandemic, COVID-19, and global fears about the future of our planet, something that managed to break the news around the world was a global hack on Twitter’s platform.Read the full story...

GPT-3: The Gigantic Deep Learning Model Created by OpenAI
1 day ago, hackernoon

Hello, Readers… California based AI research foundation named OpenAI, started by Elon Musk, Sam Altman, Greg Brockman, and a few other leaders in ML, recently released an API and website that allows people to access a new language model called GPT 3. Read the full story...

Nude Models - Part II : Getters
1 day ago, hackernoon

Yie old Reliable Data Structures and Their Controversial (Read) Access. Using objects as data structures is an established practice that generates many problems associated with the maintainability and evolution of software. It misuses brilliant concepts that were stated five decades ago. In this second part we will reflect on the reading access of these objects.Read the full story...

Design Patterns: Singleton Pattern in Modern C++
1 day ago, hackernoon

In software engineering, Creational Design Patterns deal with object creation mechanisms, i.e. try to create objects in a manner suitable to the situation. The basic or ordinary form of object creation could result in design problems or added complexity to the design. In this article of the Creational Design Patterns, we’re going to take a look at the much-hated & commonly asked design pattern in a programming interview. That is Singleton Design Pattern in Modern C++ which criticizes for its ext...

"Tech Can Remove Suffering and Build a Better Society" — Six-Time Noonie Nominee Ishan Pandey
1 day ago, hackernoon

Public Nominations for the 2020 Noonies are only open for another week! In this interviewIshan Pandey, 6-time Noonie Nominee from India, has been nominated in the Future Heroes and Technology categories. The Noonies are Hacker Noon’s way of getting to know — from a community perspective —  what matters in tech today. So, we asked our Noonie Nominees to tell us. Here’s what Ishan had to share.Read the full story...

The Importance of Oracles in Decentralised Finance
1 day ago, hackernoon

Most of the common blockchain audience has by now heard of DeFi, and the implications it has to those who know how to utilise it - but one thing that hasn't been greatly explored is Price Oracles and their impact on these applications. Read the full story...

How To Use Ballerina in Azure Functions
1 day ago, hackernoon

Ballerina since v1.2.5 has built-in support for Azure Functions. In this way, you can take a Ballerina function and expose it as a serverless function in Azure Functions. Azure Functions take on a unique approach in defining serverless functions with the function trigger and bindings concept. In this way, we can access other cloud services such as storage services (queue, blob, etc.), CosmosDB, Twillio, and timers right from the function itself without any additional connectors or authentication...

Give Your .NET Object A Shot Of Lifeline [Tutorial]
1 day ago, hackernoon

In my previous post, I discussed the eager root collection as an aggressive behavior of JIT (in Release mode / optimized code) to assist the garbage collector (GC), so that a object is not considered to be a root beyond the point of its usage. Read the full story...

Containerization of Spark Python Using Kubernetes
1 day ago, hackernoon

IntroductionRead the full story...

Using OSINT for Maritime Intelligence
1 day ago, hackernoon

According to Naval Dome, the maritime industry has seen a 900% increase in cyber-attacks since 2017Read the full story...

How To Hack Product Adoption Process
1 day ago, hackernoon

Last Thursday, I was lucky to interview Warren Schirtzinger during a live webinar, one of the co-creators of the “Chasm” framework in the 80s, later polished and popularized by Geoffrey Moore in the book “Crossing the Chasm”.Read the full story...

WTH is IPFS? InterPlanetary File Systems To Rescue The Internet
1 day ago, hackernoon

Introduced in February 2015, TechCrunch Magazine noted IPFS was  “quickly spreading by word of mouth.”Read the full story...

It's No Longer "The Future of Work", DAOs Are Already Here
1 day ago, hackernoon

The future is now, it's 2020 and Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAOs) are experiencing a Cambrian explosion. Typically in an enterprise, you have top-down hierarchies as the mechanism of control. Let's look at a quick example of how a DAO works differently in action. Imagine you’re building a startup, except at this startup, there is a clear sense of organization without humans organizing other humans. It all runs organically, and it's generative in nature, meaning it evolves, innova...

Looking Back At The Companies That Led To The ICO Boom
1 day ago, hackernoon

One popular narrative about 2017's ICO mania says it was fueled by naive investors duped into throwing money at projects that were either incapable or had no intention, of delivering. Read the full story...

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